Archive for the ‘latino’ Category

Boricua Art at Boricua College

Boricua art is coming to Boricua College in New York City with an exhibition curated by Joseph A. Burgos Jr. The art show, beginning on March 25th and running through April 15th, will include work from Mr. Burgos and Phyllis Sanfiorenzo. The venue for this Puerto Rican exhibit is the Washington Heights campus of an […]

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Latinos, African Americans, and Asians are Top Smartphone Owners

A new study by NeilsenWire finds Latinos, African Americans, and Asians are top smartphone owners. According to NeilsenWire, 31 percent of the U.S. mobile consumers are smartphone users.  Of those, 45 percent are Latinos, 45 percent are Asians, and 33 percent are African American versus only 27 percent of mainstream Americans who own smartphones. In […]

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Latinos in Social Media Launch New Website

It’s been quite an exciting 2011 so far, for Latinos engaged in social media. Earlier this month Fox News Latino aired a segment on the incredible popularity and utilization of social media by Latinos in the U.S. The television segment was followed by a awesome article online about how Latinos will use social media to […]

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Jarritos – Mexico’s First National Soft Drink

The nice people at Jarritos provided me with the opportunity to try out all 11 flavors of their Mexican-made soda. I enjoyed them all, but my favorites were Mango, Mandarin, Strawberry, and Lemon-Lime. Jarritos are available throughout the United States and are less carbonated than popular soft drinks made in the U.S. or Canada. Jarritos […]

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Movie: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (opens Aug. 13th)

I have begun working with a group that aims to market mainstream Hollywood movies to the greater U.S. Hispanic/Latino market. The promotional work sounds pretty interesting and I look forward to learning more about, and sharing information on, upcoming films. The first film I’ll be promoting for HMThinkLatino is entitled “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” […]

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The Power of the Latino Vote

Latino Americans will play a vital role in the upcoming 2010 mid-term elections. Latinos, the largest and fasting growing minority group in the United States, were instrumental in electing the last two U.S. presidents. If voting tends keep with the present pace, few politicians in this country will be able to hold an elected position […]

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Univision and the 2010 World Cup

I’m following the 2010 World Cup and caught the second half of the opening 1-1 tie between Mexico and South Africa. I was rooting for Mexico in that game. Though I am not a big soccer fan, the global excitement of the game has me hooked. I find myself cheering on many of the Latino […]

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